This two-day workshop will explore the latest scientific evidence and practical real world examples of how nature and biodiversity can help improving public health and social cohesion.
The event is an opportunity to bring together the health, social and environmental communities from research, policy and practice. This will include high-level representatives from the WHO, European Commission, Parliament and Council, country, regional and city level actors as well as think tanks, NGOs and academia.
The participants will develop collectively a roadmap to exploit the synergies and interdependence between public health, society and nature.
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